A D.C. City Council member and GW professor is trying to alter a local law that prohibits unpaid interns from suing their employers. Last year, a college student filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against her employer in the District, which prompted a judge to rule that unpaid interns did not have the legal basis to […]
January 12, 2009
Volume 105, Issue 32
Stories from the January 12, 2009 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Three positions in the Student Association were left vacant at the end of last semester, and the SA Rules Committee is tasked with filling them before the body’s next meeting in February. The SA has received applications from potential replacements for SA senators Chris Borchert (CCAS-U) and Daniel Preiss (SoB-U), as well as Vice President […]
Welcome back GW. Before the semester gets into full swing, let’s set some New Year’s resolutions – and actually keep them this year. UPD open records Regardless of the school’s ruling on arming the University Police Department, UPD must finally open its records to the public. In the context of the community-wide discussion, it is […]
Monday Free Group Fitness Classes All group fitness classes at the Lerner Health and Wellness Center are free during the first week of classes. 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Lerner Health and Wellness Center Multi-Purpose Room Get Cozy at Cosi Take a shuttle from 21st and H streets to Cosi for two hours of free […]
If you watch the inaugural parade next Tuesday, you’ll see the new president, marching bands, a JROTC group or two and a float that represents our school. Only, when I look at said float, I won’t just see the confusing mess everyone else will. I’ll see the $85,000 price tag. In November, The Hatchet reported […]
Alex Ellis/photo editor Members of the U.S. Army Field Band of Washington, D.C. participate in a practice run-through of the inaugural parade Sunday morning in front of the White House.
No need for inauguration Web site I couldn’t help but laugh when I saw The Hatchet’s latest editorial (“GWInauguration.com,” Dec. 8, p.4) calling for GWInauguration.com. I urge current administrators to maintain the status quo for sending information to students and disregard The Hatchet’s editorial. I am one student who tends to believe that most people […]
For our generation, standardized testing is a way of life. As college students grudgingly start thinking about the LSAT, MCAT or GRE test in their not so distant future, the SAT is probably the closest experience most students have had with high-stakes testing. Although students have had unlimited shots at the SAT in recent years, […]
Offering a veritable rainbow of fresh and live seafood, the Maine Avenue Fish Market in Southwest D.C. is the epitome of authenticity. From the lulling sound of the river to the catches of barracuda, octopus and still-kicking crab, the Wharf, as regulars call it, offers the necessary ingredients for any seafood dish or unique getaway. […]